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Posts posted by Ant1

  1. Thank you all for your help! I was getting bored of the IWADs. The only difficulties I had were the later maps of Doom II just because I'm bad at remembering the layouts (looking at you, Factory and Downtown). The maps posted here that I've tried have been great to play, so thanks!

  2. 9 minutes ago, northivanastan said:

    It's supposed to be a list that goes from easiest to hardest, so playing the first things on there will be no problem.

    True, true.


    8 minutes ago, roadworx said:

    did you miss the part where they said "a little harder"

    LOL, I'm glad she edited it.

  3. Just now, northivanastan said:

    Final Doom (TNT Evilution and The Plutonia Experiment). It's an official id Software release, and it's also a pretty good bridge between Doom 2 and the much harder community WADs.


    Alternatively there's John Romero's SIGIL, which is a fifth episode for Ultimate Doom and designed to be a step up from Thy Flesh Consumed.

    I have purchased Final Doom! Working on it as I type ;)

  4. Before I start, I didn't see anything about this when I searched. There are WAD lists, but my search didn't come up with answers to this specific question. If there's a thread that answers this that I should go to and this should be deleted, I am legitimately sorry. I don't wanna be that annoying forum poster who doesn't know how to use a search function, but when I tried I didn't see anything matching what I specifically am looking for.

    With that out of the way, what are the best WADs to get for someone who has beaten Ultimate Doom and Doom II and is looking for something a little harder? Not too much (because I suck really bad at Doom), but harder nonetheless? I have beaten both games multiple times on Ultraviolence and wanna step things up a bit.


  5. 16 minutes ago, Gerolf said:

    Sorry @Ant1, should’ve made it clear I wasn’t going against your point from earlier, I do agree with you on what you said there, I was just stating in general how I feel about the topic as a whole.


    With that said though, this community spans all over the world, and not everyone is truly aware of the realities of laws in other countries, and have been lead to believe things that aren’t exactly true. 

    Yeah, that makes sense. I appreciate the clarification and thought your post was incredibly well written.

  6. 12 minutes ago, Gerolf said:

    Bans and censorship never work the way people that support such things think they work. Not just with games either. If there is a will there is ALWAYS a way, and it doesn’t matter where you live, this will always be the case all over the world. 

    Many of you would more than likely not just sit around and comply if your government came knocking at your door to take Doom away from you entirely (yes we can assume this will never happen so just a “what if” if you will, no need to explain to me why you’d believe this to not be possible), so maybe we shouldn’t do this when they censor and ban things, but this is only my opinion. 

    to quote Stephen King only I make it relate to Doom:


    “Speaking personally, you can have my individual rights, but you'll take my copy of Doom when you pry my cold, dead fingers off of the jewel case.”

    I don't support them either for the exact reasons you mentioned, my complaint was with the phrasing of the post I replied to.

  7. 9 hours ago, Jello said:

    Germany has been... 'sensitive' about causing a war that killed over 100 million people. And of course they appear to preferably ignore that history, rather than recognize it. Their argument is that by displaying the symbols of the National Socialists, you might encourage people to embrace their ideals.



    Of course Germany is sensitive about it! No offense intended, but that is a very ignorant view. Germany actively teaches about WWII and the atrocities committed by the Nazis, and the banning of the use of Nazi imagery in most circumstances is avoiding the indoctrination of new people into that awful ideology. I'm an American, so personally, I don't think any symbols of any kind should be banned, but it's ludicrous to make the claim that Germany is ignoring history.

  8. 5 hours ago, Pseudonaut said:

    Nice video. You got me interested in trying it for myself, so I did, and after some practice, I got a time of 0:48. I was starting to get the glide quickly enough and consistently enough that perhaps I could try to skip the enemies in the blue key area and save lots of time, but I don't feel like grinding this anymore. Still more fun than expected.






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    Wow, that's an honor to see! Thank you so much for enjoying the video!